Deal of the Week: Outdoor Apparel

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Whether you need technical and tactical outerwear for big missions in the mountains, or simply a new pair of casual socks without holes in the heels, has you covered, offering discounts up to 50% off on all sorts of outdoor apparel.

As usual, we receive a portion of the sales—the listed items have not been tested by the editors.

Smartwool Merino Sport Fleece Hybrid Pullover

$126 (30% off, was $180)

This Pullover from Smartwool is an excellent warm and athletic layer for any colder weather outing. Merino wool is the optimal fabric for heat retention, while the fleece hybrid wicks water like a dream. It’s stretch allows for unencumbered movement while climbing, trail running, skiing, or whatever other outdoor activity you’re getting up to.


Check out the men’s Merino Sport Fleece Hybrid Pullover at

Rab Kinetic Alpine Jacket

$223.96 (20% off, was $279.95)

The Kinetic Alpine Jacket is designed for mountain adventures in less-than-fair weather conditions. The Proflex waterproofing repels water, but is still stretchy and breathable. The slim fit helps stay out of the way of your harness, but the underarm gussets allow for full mobility.

Check out the women’s Kinetic Alpine Jacket at

Check out the men’s Kinetic Alpine Jacket at

Backcountry Stepstone Workwear Pant

$79.96 (20% off, was $99.95)

These pants are both rugged and comfortable—durable, but with some stretch. They are ideal for days at work and outdoor activities alike. Multiple well placed pockets hold your tools, while the articulated knees provide a full range of motion. The cotton and synthetic blend produce a canvas-like pant that is abrasion resistant.


Check out the men’s Stepstone Workwear Pant at

Stoic Insulated Hooded Jacket

$112.46 (25% off, $149.95)

This jacket from Stoic has a water and wind repellent outer shell that is stuffed with synthetic insulation to hold in warmth. The synthetic fill retains heat even when wet, making it a great choice for poor weather adventures. It has a hood and drawstring hem to ensure that your body’s warmth doesn’t escape during those especially chilly days.


Check out the men’s Stoic Insulated Hooded Jacket at

Smartwool Hike Ultra Light Crew Sock

$13.46 (35% off, was $17.95)

This is a lightweight and breathable sock meant for hiking or long walks to the crag. Constructed out of a Merino blend, these socks wick moisture like a champ, and are both durable and comfortable. The crew length adds coverage over the ankle, and the mesh ventilation keeps things cool.


Check out the men’s Hike Ultra Light Crew Sock at

Backcountry Sherwood Hooded Pullover Fleece

$59.89 (50% off, was $119.95)

Ok, so it’s not the most technical piece of apparel… but who cares? This fleece pullover is super warm and super comfy, great for lounging at the house or at camp. According to Backcountry: “The Sherwood Hooded Fleece doles out that soft popcorn goodness in a comfy pullover package.”


Check out the men’s Sherwood Hooded Pullover Fleece at

Check out the women’s Sherwood Full-Zip Hooded Fleece at

Stoic Midweight Crew Baselayer Top

$37.46 (25% off, was $49.95)

For cold mornings at the crag or on the ski hill, adding the Midweight Crew Baselayer will help up your warmth without overheating. The polyester and spandex blend manage moisture and allow for fluid movement, and the slim fit makes it easy to properly layer.

Check out the men’s Midweight Crew Baselayer Top at

Check out the women’s Midweight Crew Baselayer Top at

The North Face Coordinates Short-Sleeve T-Shirt

$24.47 (30% off, was $34.95)

This is a casual crewneck T-shirt for “laidback style and feel.” It is lightweight and airy, good for trips to the gym, days at work, or hanging out at the house.

Check out the men’s Coordinates Short-Sleeve T-Shirt at

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